Three of the players at the special early £1/£2 no-limit hold'em feature table qualified to the Cash Game Festival London via the Cash Game Festival's newest partner 32Red.
Angus Dunnington, in Seat 2, is a 32Red Poker ambassador. He is not a man you would likely want to face in chess unless you play on a professional level as in addition to poker being a passion he is a national chess master and has authored countless chess books.
One seat over is Latvia's Edgars Armans in Seat 3. He qualified into the festival through a promotion at 32Red Poker and is having a blast during his first Cash Game Festival despite him admitting luck has not been on his side at the tables.
In Seat 5, is the third 32Red Poker player, Mick Smith. Smith, aged 53, may be a man to watch as he has been playing poker for more than two decades.
Here is a look at some of the other players:
Norwegian construction worker and NordicBet player Vidar Dugstad is sitting next to the dealer in Seat 1. He has been playing poker for two years and shared he has been printing money at the Cash Game Festival London.
Cash Game Festival veteran Master Soi from Norway is in Seat 4. Soi loves playing any game and having fun. His family owns a Korean restaurant that other players have raved about.
Romania's George Badescu is in Seat 5. He is a former poker dealer, so we will see if his time dealing cards translates into playing cards.
Estonia's Kaido Mikk, in Seat 7, has appeared at Cash Game Festival feature tables in the past and always comes across as a strong player. He is in London thanks for winning a package to the festival during the last Cash Game Festival in Tallinn in November.
Denmark's Ronni Borg rounds off the action in Seat 8. He last appeared on a Cash Game Festival feature table in Sunny Beach, Bulgaria in August.
Henry Kilbane and George Sandford will be hosting the commentary for the early feature table before Ryan "Metalface" Davey takes over for the later stream.